Author: The Travel Guys

Southern California Foodie Tips with Steve LaRosa and Amazing Customer Service from Southwest

A little about Steve LaRosa Reporter Steve LaRosa went on a Rock Pilgrimage to southern California recently, checking out many of the iconic spots you read about in travel stories or see on TV.  In the first of two parts, Steve tells us about some of the food related stops, including Pink’s Hot Dogs in Hollywood, The Grove (technically shopping and food), Tommy Burgers and Astroburgers, two all-time classics.  The Sunset Grill (made famous by singer...

Special Guest Interview with Rob on the Road and Traveling to Kentucky

This week on The Travel Guys, our in studio guest host is Rob Stewart.  You know him better as Rob on the Road, seen Monday evenings on KVIE, Channel 6, our PBS station.  Rob joins us to talk about a wide variety of subjects, including destinations featured on upcoming shows, his favorites stories, the most unusual and the conversation will also include how Rob got his start in the television industry and some interesting facts about his career. All...

Travel Learning Experiences and How to Deal with Big Crowds

The holiday edition of The Travel Guys will certainly make you a smarter traveler.  We have two stories from travelers, one with an amazingly happy ending, one not so much.  The point of both is to give you the opportunity to learn from the experiences of others, to find out what worked and what didn’t in challenging travel situations. Chris Galloway has a live report from Boston, where he is escorting a group who witnessed...

Ed Perkins joins us to talk about time vs. money and travel overhead

This week’s edition of The Travel Guys features a visit from consumer reporter and advocate Ed Perkins.  Ed writes for Smartertravel.com and is one of our favorite guests.  Ed recently wrote a column about hidden travel costs and he talks about “travel overhead.”  It’s a fascinating way of looking at your time when you are traveling.  Time is definitely money.  A great interview and you can find Ed’s column here. In the Saved The Best for Last...